The Habits of Heavy Mobile Users, and More

G.E. Makes It Official: NBC Will Go to Comcast

The New York Times

Fitch Ratings Expects Some Top Newspaper Sites to Try Paid Content in 2010 — and Fail

Editor & Publisher

More Bad News For Amazon’s Kindle: Newspapers More Focused On Smartphones

TBI Research

Twitter Unveils New Mobile Interface


As Times Staff Shrinks, Blogs Will Be ‘Pruned’

The New York Observer

New round of cutbacks coming at Gannett newspapers

Associated Press

Where Google Goes From Here

The New York Times

Playing whack-a-mole with copyright poachers

Reflections of a Newsosaur

Google News Adds Another Way For Publishers To Control Access

Paid Content

Huffington Post LA Site Goes Live; Plans For Other Local Sites Are Murky

Paid Content

NYT Offers Readers (And Advertisers) A Tool For Skimming

Paid Content

The Habits of Heavy Mobile Web Users


Pulitzers change rules to allow more online work


Thomson Reuters to overhaul news website

Financial Times

NYT Regional Media Group pay cuts to stay in effect in 2010

Poynter Online

Gawker Media boss: “We now have not a single site under 20m pageviews a month”

Poynter Online

Globe’s largest union expels its president

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